Dozens of homes destroyed by the wind and rain near the capital of Indonesia

Strong wind and heavy rain destroyed dozens of homes and injured hundreds of others in the surrounding area of the Indonesian capital, Bogor on Monday — a day after an earthquake of magnitude 4.8 on the Richter scale damaged or destroyed there almost 500 other buildings, according to the national news agency Antara .

"The most affected villages and Sukamakmur Sukahardzha" — said Tuesday the spokesman of the district administration Surian Erwin (Erwin Suriana).

According to preliminary data, the new disaster destroyed 65 homes and another 365 were seriously damaged. Many road in Bogor and the administrative center of the eponymous fallen trees blocked, making it difficult to transfer of there evacuate the injured and became homeless residents.

Fortunately, both natural disasters do not lead to loss of life, although as a result of the earthquake on Sunday injured three others.

As previously reported RIA Novosti at the National Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics (NUMKG) countries quake epicenter was located only 31 km south-west of the town of Bogor, a center-lying just ten kilometers below the surface of the island of Java.

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